Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick Praises Marathon Bombs Investigation Cooperation
BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick says the "power of working together" is what helped Boston get through and recover from a terrorist attack at last year's Boston Marathon.
Patrick made his remarks Monday to about 200 municipal leaders, emergency responders and others gathered at Boston University for a symposium on leading cities through crisis.
Patrick praised doctors, nurses, marathon volunteers, bystanders, law enforcement agents and business leaders for cooperating after the attack.
|Former Boston Mayor Thomas Menino says he and Patrick began creating a victims' assistance organization, the One Fund, within hours of the attack.Twin bombs placed near the finish line of last year's marathon killed three people and wounded more than 260.|
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